Re: [Samba] mount.cifs doesn't do japanese?

2004-09-22 Thread David Wuertele
Bjoern there has been a false assumption that a UTF-8 presentation of Bjoern a filename never longer than the UTF-16 presentation of the Bjoern same name. That's fatal for Japanese filenames. This should be Bjoern fixed in the cifs version which will come with kernel 2.6.9. I have to fix this in

Re: [Samba] mount.cifs doesn't do japanese?

2004-09-22 Thread David Wuertele
Bjoern there has been a false assumption that a UTF-8 presentation of Bjoern a filename never longer than the UTF-16 presentation of the Bjoern same name. That's fatal for Japanese filenames. This should be Bjoern fixed in the cifs version which will come with kernel 2.6.9. Is there a fix in

Re: [Samba] mount.cifs doesn't do japanese?

2004-09-14 Thread David Wuertele
Bjoern there has been a false assumption that a UTF-8 presentation of Bjoern a filename never longer than the UTF-16 presentation of the Bjoern same name. That's fatal for Japanese filenames. This should be Bjoern fixed in the cifs version which will come with kernel 2.6.9. I have to use

[Samba] smbmounting share with japanese name

2004-09-13 Thread David Wuertele
I can use net rpc share to discover the names of shares on a windows computer that have Japanese characters in them. That works great. Now I want to mount those shares. But when I try to do so, it looks like this: # smbmount //myserver/ -o iocharset=utf8,codepage=cp932 creating lame upcase

[Samba] mount.cifs doesn't do japanese?

2004-09-13 Thread David Wuertele
On a FC2 system (which includes kernel 2.6.5 and samba-3.0.3), I am able to use smbmount to mount filesystems with japanese filenames on them by specifying codepage=cp932. But when I mount with mount.cifs the translation from SJIS to UTF-8 isn't done right: # uname -a Linux 5nave 2.6.5-1.358

[Samba] prevent smbclient from trying 445?

2004-02-20 Thread David Wuertele
When I use smbclient to access an IOMEGA NAS server, smbclient tries to access port 445 for a full five minutes before timing out: [2004/02/20 17:48:24, 10] lib/gencache.c:gencache_get(262) Returning valid cache entry: key = NBT/NAS_120_1#20, value = 192.168.123.161:0, timeout = Fri Feb 20

[Samba] Help! Samba 3.0 can't use null password with OS X

2004-01-19 Thread David Wuertele
When I made the move to 3.0, I noticed that smbclient no longer works with null passwords. Am I missing something? I read the FAQ, which suggests that the server is rejecting the null password. But I know that null passwords work fine for the 2.2.8a client, so the server is not the issue. The

[Samba] smbclient null-password behavior differs between 3.0 and 2.2.8a

2003-12-17 Thread David Wuertele
When I made the move to 3.0, I noticed that smbclient no longer works with null passwords. Am I missing something? I read the FAQ, which suggests that the server is rejecting the null password. But I know that null passwords work fine for the 2.2.8a client, so the server is not the issue. The

[Samba] Security mode 0x03: smbclient-2.2.8a sends password, 3.0 doesn't

2003-12-17 Thread David Wuertele
I'm having trouble accessing a share using smbclient-3.0. The same share (served by a samba server on linux) is accessible from the same account using smbclient-2.2.8a. Here is the command I'm using to access the share: smbclient '//adventure/dood' -I 192.168.5.11 -U dood The server's

[Samba] Re: Security mode 0x03: smbclient-2.2.8a sends password, 3.0 doesn't

2003-12-17 Thread David Wuertele
Thiago Don't know why by I had to use a \n before the yes. Now it Thiago worked. I don't understand --- if you are referring to the smb.conf file, it works fine for me already. It is smbclient-3.0 that doesn't work. Dave -- To unsubscribe from this list go to the following URL and read the

[Samba] Re: Why doesn't my wins.dat list all the LMBs?

2003-10-21 Thread David Wuertele
Me Why aren't the LMBs listed in this file? The actual LMBs Me can be found by running nmblookup on the two subnets: Gerald This is by design. It's how browsing works. LMB are never Gerald listed in WINS since there is no need. BY definition an LMB Gerald is local to a broadcast subnet. LMB

[Samba] Is wins.dat supposed to list all LMB, or just the DMB?

2003-10-16 Thread David Wuertele
My network looks like this: internet 192.168.0.0/24 router +++- internal 192.168.5.0/24 ||| router +-+--+- LNB---mswin || (also a | | | client || samba | | |

[Samba] Understanding the role of DMB/LMB on a net that has a WINS server

2003-10-09 Thread David Wuertele
If I have a client that wants to enumerate and access shares on a subnet, and that client knows the IP of the WINS server, is there any need for the client to use the browsing services of a DMB or LMB? What is the order of operations of the client? Here is what I imagine to be the case: 1.

[Samba] Re: Understanding the role of DMB/LMB on a net that has a WINS server

2003-10-09 Thread David Wuertele
John Have you read chapter 10 of the Samba-HOWTO-Collection.pdf? What I have already read is this: http://us2.samba.org/samba/ftp/cvs_current/docs/htmldocs/NetworkBrowsing.html It looks like they contain the same text as the PDF to which you refer. Is it safe to assume that the HTML version I

[Samba] Re: Understanding the role of DMB/LMB on a net that has a WINS server

2003-10-09 Thread David Wuertele
John, thank you for your detailed answers. The roles of DMB/LMB are much more clear to me now. I also want to mention that the Samba documentation is excellent, and I learned very much from the NetworkBrowsing.html page. Kudos to you for doing a great documentation job! I have two more

[Samba] Re: How to find all workgroups being used on a subnet?

2003-09-11 Thread David Wuertele
John HAve you checked out 'findsmb' that is supplied as part of Samba? Yes, and I don't think it does what I want. It only does nmblookup '*', which does not return the address of any hybrid mode node that does not have the messenger service (resource 03) enabled, which happens to be most of the

[Samba] net view can see server, but nmblookup '*' can't find it!

2003-09-10 Thread David Wuertele
I have an XP Pro box on my LAN, and I'm trying to figure out why nmblookup '*' can't see it. I'm writing a script that finds all the shares on the LAN and mounts them, and it works great except for this one box. On another windows box, when I run net view, the XP box is listed as I expect. On

[Samba] Linking smbclient and other smb tools dynamically

2003-09-06 Thread David Wuertele
I couldn't find any documentation about how to make samba dynamically link its executables against libsmbclient.so, or any configure arguments might that turn this on. I saw on the samba-technical list that there was a patch to the samba Makefile.in to enable dynamic linking and that it generated

[Samba] dead connection timeouts?

2003-09-03 Thread David Wuertele
I'm trying to reduce the time it takes the client to determine that a server is unavailable. Is this what dead connection timeouts are for? I searched samba's documentation and the web, and found multiple mention of the term dead connection timeouts, but no description of what they are and how

[Samba] Mac DAVE server + Linux samba 2.2.8a client = missingfirst char

2003-08-22 Thread David Wuertele
I'm running stock RH9, which has the samba-2.2.7a-8.9.0 RPM installed on it. My friend has a Mac running OSX and the DAVE file sharing software. I can mount his shared folder using the following command: smbmount //tritanium/graphics /mnt/tritanium ...and I can see all the files in that

[Samba] Can't write mount entrysmbmnt failed: 1

2003-08-19 Thread David Wuertele
I've compiled and installed samba-2.2.8a on an embedded linux/uClibc system, and I'm having problems using smbmount. I've appended the debuglevel=10 output of smbmount. What does smbmount mean when it says it Can't write mount entry? I tried running it under strace to see what it was writing